Alice Weil

Fresh Strokes, a collection of new paintings by Menlo Park resident Alice Weil, is the featured exhibit at the Portola Art Gallery this December. The exhibit includes still life, garden, and landscape paintings featuring bold, lush brushwork. The result is fun, loose, whimsical, and full of rich color.

Most of the paintings are 11×14″ or smaller, affordably priced for great holiday gift giving at 20 to 60% lower than usual gallery prices.

The Portola Art Gallery is located within the Allied Arts Guild.

“The Window Box in Bloom” (12×12″, oil) is one of the featured artworks in Alice Weil’s December exhibit

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Menlo Park artist Alice Weil’s paintings featured at Portola Art Gallery

A joint exhibition of recent plein air and studio works by Alice Weil and Mary K. Stahl are currently on display at the Portola Art Gallery in a show titled Two Artists, Two Views, which runs through the end of February. Alice Weil of Menlo Park finds peace painting under the shade of the mighty […]

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Alice Weil: Painter of mighty oaks and golden hills

“I don’t have a story – I’m just a painter,” announces Alice Weil seated a bit uncomfortably – thanks to the presence of a persistent photographer – in her light-filled Menlo Park studio. But then the stories start coming. About moving to the hills of the Peninsula as a child and being transfixed by the […]

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